Brandon McGill is the sports performance director at Velocity Sports Performance, where he served as head nutritionist and strength and speed coach for the 2010 NFL Combine class. Previously, he worked for the Scottish Institute of Sport, coaching Paralympic silver medalist Libby Clegg and British Olympic field hockey player Stephen Dick. He has also worked with professional volleyball, baseball and soccer athletes. McGill holds a master’s degree in strength and conditioning, is accredited with the United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning Association, and holds a level one British Weightlifting coaching certification.
Through the years, team sports have become more competitive and intense, and players have been forced to become better all-around athletes. You have to be able to move fast and change direction no matter what position or sport you play.
November 22, 2011 | Brandon McGill